HTC released preliminary financial reports for the month of June and the whole second quarter. Those are incomplete, unaudited numbers, the full report will come later on, but this is enough to let us know what to expect.
Q2 of this year seemed to be going well for HTC with growth in revenue and nearly matching last year's performance in May. June proved to be a disappointment though – revenue dropped compared to May and was down 26.4% compared to June last year.
Total revenue for Q2 which ends in June was $2.36 billion, with earnings per share of $0.05, and operating profit of $34.9 million and $41.6 million net income. This is in line with the $2.3 billion in revenue forecast for Q2, but analysts were expecting $67.2 million in net profits.
it is because HTC completely forgets about updating their phones.I have a ONE-X and guess what!? I have only got two update over the past year!! just look at Apple updates their phone 5 or 6 times in a year and that is what makes a customer to g...
I live in Indonesia, after all the great marketing effort on all new HTC products in our country. People are not willing to buy this phone cause the after sales and service centre is so lousy. if repairin a phone needs a month minimun, it just doesn'...
Die Nokia, die! LOL cmon, that's not even the reason why the sales are low.. HTC phones are OVERpriced. People would buy a handset that has new and powerful specs even with a little difference in cost.